The "Road to Recovery" volunteers will be honored. These trained volunteers give of their time to transport cancer patients to and from treatment.
Lou Scally will be the master of ceremonies. Music will be provided by Panache Entertainment. There will be face painting by Mary Jane Koontz, and magicians Hugh McVeagh, Dean Burkitt and Jim Greer will entertain.
Tickets are available at Next Dimensions, 132 Old National Pike, Hagerstown.
For brunch menu, go to www.dimensionsdining.com.
The Academy of Finance at South Hagerstown High School will hold a Panera Bread fundraiser now through Oct. 31 to help finance its trip to the New York financial district.
Individuals can purchase a strip of six coupons, which can be used at Panera bakery for specific items, or a strip of six coupons for bagels. The strip of coupons costs $10 and orders may be placed with any Academy student, teacher or advisory board member. It is anticipated the strips will be delivered to customers the week of Thanksgiving.
The Women's Club, at 31 S. Prospect St., will hold its fall frolic Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Crossroads Garden Club creations, homemade items, baked goods and raffle tickets for a Thanksgiving turkey dinner will be available for purchase. Lunch will be served.
Orders for chicken corn, vegetable beef and ham and bean soups for $5 a quart or $2.50 a pint, country ham sandwiches for $2.50 each and apple dumplings at $2.75 can be placed by calling the club at 301-739-0870 by Wednesday.
A women's business workshop will be held Monday, Nov. 3, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Academy Theater in downtown Hagerstown.
The workshop is titled "Power of Influence - Awaken the Coach Within!"
Tonya Leary, owner of T.S. Leary Associates, will lead the workshop, which is co-sponsored by Hagerstown Business and Professional Women and Small Business Development Center,
Tickets cost $20 for the dinner and program, or $15 for the program only.
To register, call Donna Smith at 301-797-8761 or e-mail DSmith7119@aol.com.
Visitors and patrons to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown had the opportunity to vote for the Popular Prize Award in the 2008 Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition. The show is in its 76th year.
Sponsored by Howard's Art Supplies & Frames of Hagerstown, the award winner wins $100 in art supplies from the store on Dual Highway.
Phillip Colgan of Etters, Pa., received the most votes for his oil painting, "Daybreak." Honorable mention awards went to Janet Siegmann Salter of Hagerstown for her oil painting, "Miss Virginia" and Donna Fink of Pasadena, Md., for her watercolor, "Kimono."
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